AFLCP 800-17, Air Force Logistic Support Analysis Primer. Air Force
Acquisition Logistics Center, Wright-Patterson AFB OH: Department of the Air
Force, December 1984.
Provides an easy-to-understand, ready reference for the entire LSA process
as generally applied to an Air Force acquisition program.
AMC-P700-22, Logistics Support Analysis, (LSA) Primer. Lexington, Kentucky:
USAMC Material Readiness Support Activity, September 1988.
Provides a reference guide to the LSA tasks and LSAR system put forth in
Blanchard, Benjamin S. Systems Engineering and Analysis. Englewood Cliffs,
New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1981
Discusses the engineering of systems by describing in detail the process of
bringing systems into being and discusses system analysis in light of
improving existing systems.
Blanchard, Benjamin S. Logistics Engineering and Management, Third Edition.
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1986.
Provides an introduction to logistics engineering and management by
focusing on the language, definitions, principles, and some qualitative
measures of logistics that are used in prediction and analysis.
Jones, James V. Integrated Logistics Support Handbook. Blue Ridge Summit,
Pennsylvania: Tab Professional and Reference Books, 1987.
Gives a comprehensive understanding of all aspects of ILS to enable the
reader to develop a system that will fulfill its mission at the lowest overall
Lessons Learned through the F-16 Program by Virtue of the Multinational
Involvement, A U.S. Government Perspective. Alexandria, Virginia: Maxfield
Associates, Ltd., April 1980.
Focuses on the F-16 program's multinational aspects for the purpose of
benefiting those making future decisions regarding the F-16 program. Also
provides assistance to program planners who may become involved in future
multinational programs and to Government policy makers who develop guidance
for multinational programs.
Military Standard 1388-1A: Logistic Support Analysis. Washington, D.C.:
Department of Defense, April 11, 1983.
Provides instructions and guidance for performing the various LSA
Military Standard 1388-2A: Department of Defense Requirements for a
Logistic Support Analysis Record. Washington, D.C.: Department of Defense,
July 20, 1984.
Presents the procedures for documenting LSA through an automation ready
format. Identifies the output LSAR reports generated from the input LSAR data.
Also identifies the input formats necessary for using the federal joint
service LSAR Automatic Data Processing System for processing LSAR
O'Niel & Associates, Inc. Integrated Logistics Support ... . Dayton
Provides an introduction to the ILS process for contractor personnel
through the vehicle of an everyday, commercial world experience, then applies
the principles learned to government/military acquisition processes.
Suggested Logistics Reading
The following references are suggested for more detailed information and
AFR 800-8: Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) Program. Department of the
Air Force: Government Printing Office, 25 June 1986.
Annals, Journal of the Society of Logistics Engineers (SOLE). 125 West Park
Loop, Suite 201, Huntsville, Alabama 35801.
Bowersox, D. J. Logistical Management, Second Edition. New York: Macmillan
Publishing Co., Inc., 1978.
Calogero, Robert, and Detolla, Joyce. Computer Aided Logistics Support - A
Program Overview. Naval Sea Systems Command, 1987.
Coyle, J. J., and Bardi, E. J. The Management of Business Logistics. New
York: West Publishing Co., 1976.
Department of the Army. Logistics Support Analysis Application Guidance
MIL-STD-1388-1A. Alexandria, Virginia: Headquarters, U. S. Army Material
Development and Readiness Command, March 1984.
Paulson, Robert M. Using Logistics Models in System Design and Early
Support Planning. Santa Monica, California: Rand, 1971.